Despite his initial pleas of voluntary manslaughter, Daniel Cierzan was finally sentenced to 11 years in prison for the murder of his uncle. His uncle was found dead on January 26, 2017, and Daniel Cierzan admitted to killing him. But he had left his wallet, keys, ATM card, vehicle and cellphone behind. He was finally caught by homicide detectives.
he was last seen at his uncle’s home on Jan. 26, 2017
Several years after his uncle William Cierzan went missing, his nephew Daniel Cierzan was arrested on suspicion of murder. He is accused of killing his uncle and disposing of his body. He was held on a $2 million bail.
Investigators discovered blood stains inside the home, but they couldn’t find the body. They were also unable to determine what weapon was used to kill the man. However, the defense said the prosecution had failed to provide any evidence of motive.
A security camera captured Daniel Cierzan leaving Will’s home. He left behind keys, an ATM card and a wallet. His wife Linda found Will’s body the next day.
he admitted to killing his uncle
Defendant Daniel Cierzan is charged with one count of murder. The prosecution says he was involved in the disposal of his uncle’s body. He was also charged with the more mundane crime of covering up a murder scene.
The crime was committed on January 26, 2017 at Will Cierzan’s residence in Saugus, CA. Cierzan’s wife, Linda, was in the kitchen making dinner when she called her husband to ask where he was. When she returned home, she found her husband missing. She called the police and a search was launched. The detectives found blood in the house and on the nephew’s car.
he pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter
Earlier this month, a Santa Clarita man was sentenced to 11 years in prison after pleading guilty to voluntary manslaughter for the death of his uncle. Earlier in the month, his brother Charles Cierzan, the scion of the family, said that he lied to police to save his son from an unsavory situation in January of last year.
The family of William Cierzan, a 58-year-old man who disappeared three years ago, is still searching for him. While the detectives were trying to figure out the motive behind the disappearance, they found a bloody mess inside the house. But they have yet to discover where the body is buried.
he was arrested by homicide detectives
Earlier this month, Los Angeles County homicide detectives arrested Daniel Cierzan on suspicion of murdering his uncle. He was also charged with disposing of his uncle’s body. Daniel Cierzan was sentenced to 11 years in state prison.
Daniel Cierzan is the nephew of William Cierzan, who disappeared from his Valencia, California, home three years ago. William Cierzan had been an employee at the Magic Mountain theme park. He enjoyed golfing and collecting Coca-Cola memorabilia. He disappeared after preparing dinner for his wife.
Detectives visited the Cierzan home in February, but did not reveal what they found. Investigators found blood inside the home. However, there was no evidence of a murder weapon.
he left his wallet, keys, ATM card, vehicle and cellphone behind
Accused murderer Daniel Cierzan has been ordered to answer to a murder charge in San Fernando Court. Daniel Cierzan was arrested for the murder of his uncle, William Cierzan. He faces 25 years to life in prison if convicted.
The court heard from several witnesses. Prosecutors and defense lawyers argued that the state had not proved that Cierzan was involved in his uncle’s murder. They argued that the state had not proved that the aforementioned bloody 4Runner had anything to do with the crime. The prosecutors also argued that the state had not proven that there was any premeditation or the aforementioned flimsy medical evidence that the 4Runner had been towed out of the Cierzan residence.
he was sentenced to 11 years in prison
Accused murderer Daniel Cierzan has been held to answer on one count of murder, but that’s just the beginning. The case has been complicated by a long list of suspects and a series of false leads. Despite the high-profile defendant’s reticence to testify, prosecutors were able to obtain a slew of court documents that will serve as the foundation for their defense.
On top of his prison term, Cierzan faces up to a decade of probation. He has also been accused of transporting a deceased body to a crime scene. In one of the most bizarre cases in Santa Clarita history, Cierzan was tasked with the gruesome task of dumping the body of his uncle, who had a history of consuming too much booze and smoking pot.